A look at how Greece's troubles might spread
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A look at how Greece's troubles might spread

Kabul : Afghanistan | Jun 13, 2012 at 10:27 AM PDT
Source: Miami Herald
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Investors are dumping Spanish, Italian, even German bonds four days before a Greek election...Investors are also skeptical about a plan to save Spain's troubled banks...Air Force contract to build a light air support plane to help security efforts in Afghanistan has returned to the courtroom. FULL ARTICLE AT Miami Herald
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